There are. You may contact me personally for more info. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-988-0588
Fyi, the last person to post that same question iis now buying a brand new home. I was able to get them great financing.... more
You have several questions here. First off an empty unit statistically takes longer to sell than a unit with furnishings. The unit will show better with furniture, art work and decorating. Second renting. This may be a good option if the market in your area is not moving. The rent will cover your carring costs such as taxes and utilities until things pick up. Keep in mind that you will now have the responsibility of being a landlord. Third, pricing is key in this market if you really want to sell. Trying pricing it just below your competition. This may make it a little more appealing to buyers. Also, look at how much you can or can not make on selling your current unit. Will selling it make money, break even or loose money. This may be the deciding factor as to whether to sell now or later. Good Luck... more
Yes they do. Sun Prairie is an awesome area to live in. I myself live in Sun Prairie and I love it. Here is the link to the Sun Prairie area school district. http://www.spasd.k12.wi.us/ . Also, here is the link to the busing and transportation section of the website. http://www.sunprairie.k12.wi.us/district/bussing.cfm#d47938 . On that page, scroll to the bottom to the question in red "What school is in your boundary area?" and below the question there is a pdf. It lists all the streets and which elementary and middle schools are associated with that street.
Are you planning to move to Sun Prairie anytime soon? I would like to help you make this transition easy. If you have more questions about Sun Prairie, please don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com or call me on my cell at 608-260-5093. Hope to hear from you soon.... more
Welcome to the area! I'd be glad to search for you. I need some more details from you to help narrow the search. I have a checklist to help identify what you are looking for or you can e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Best wishes!... more
Hi - just over 30,400 people make Sun Prairie their home. Sun Prairie is less than 10 miles outside of Madison which has a population of over 220,000. If you have additional questions on buying and selling in that area, please feel free to call me at 608-212-8629, Good Luck.... more
Um, Relding....there is no house on your post. Doesn't really matter tho. this most likely just one of those RealtyTrack come-ons. There may be a house in Sun Prairie that just went into foreclosure and isn't on the market yet but you will never find it here.... more
You are desperate!
Your Credit or Finances, or both, will not allow you to go the conventional route:
You need the Seller to help you out!
The Seller will know it, and you are going to pay dearly for this service:
There aren't too many altruistic Sellers out there.
There is no FORM printed by anyone; there are just too many variables.
The terms that can be written into a Lease/Option can be dangerous to you:
How long is the Option period?
How much money are you putting in to the Option?
What happens if you are not able to execute the Option?
How do you know what your financial situation will be 2-5 years from now?
How much is the rent in the meantime?
Who will be responsible for maintenance and repair in the meantime?
What will be the Market Value of the home in 2-5 years?
What will be the Selling price 2-5 years from now?
This is the Ultimate Caveat Emptor!
Good luck and May God bless... more
There is currently one home in Sun Prairie meeting your criteria offering rent to own. It was built in 2001.
If you would like more information please contact me directly at 920-988-0588 or email@example.com.... more
Hello Sergio: You don't mention if you want to buy or rent. If you want to buy, I'd love to help you find the perfect place. There are several possibilities, but I need to know more details, like price range, etc. Please give me a call at 608-225-8509 or email me at deb@SouthernWIHomes.com. I can email you the options in Sun Prairie. Look forward to talking to you!... more
What you are saying is for the bank to hurry up and agree to lose that money. You want the bank to more quickly lose more money. Now really, does that sound prudent and do you really think a bank is eager to lose money? They are slow and methodical and they have meetings and more meetings and they have to justify the loss and verify it , then verify it again. It can be a slow process. Banks are not like normal sellers.... more
Richard - IRS Tax Code which governs Tax-Exempt Mortgage Revenue Bonds (MRB), which was WHEDA's source of funds at that time, require that real estate financed with proceeds of a MRB must be owner occupied. Paragraph B.3. of the WHEDA Home Program Borrower's Affidavit that you signed when obtaining that loan states, in part, " . . . . I will not use the property as a recreational or vacation home, or rent the property to any other person (except for the non-owner occupied units of a two to four unit), or use more than 15% of the area of the residence in a trade or business."
In addition, item #2 in the WHEDA Home Program Mortgage Rider states, in summary, that the borrower agrees to occupy the property as their principal residence throughout the term of the loan. Failure to do so would constitute a non-monetary default on the loan and could result in the loan being called due and payable.
I'm sure WHEDA doesn't want to take possession of the property, especially a condo, in the current real estate market environment. On the other hand, they can't just ignore the Tax Code.
They might be willing to let you rent the property as long as you simultaneously have it actively listed for sale with a real estate company. I suggest that you call WHEDA at 1-800-562-5546 to discuss your options before getting into a situation that is unfavorable for you.... more
at least (3) offers have fallen thru and I'll bet NONE of them fell apart on inspection. More likely scenario is financing. The place is only 7 years old, the association maintains exterior so we are down to appliances and a furnace/water heater, none of which are at the end of their useful lives.
The Lenders are killing this. Maybe they allow rentals, maybe there are Owners delinquent on fees, maybe they don't have the right Officers and Directors Insurance, maybe they don't have a balanced budget, a reserve account....maybe (wait for it), Sun Prairie Condos are selling at such fire sale prices that even a REO deal can't make appraisal.... more